Laos is the Wild American West in spirit, the Deep American South at heart.
With a backdrop of stunning geography, visit Laos to experience French colonial food and architecture mixed with traditional Laos hospitality and conviviality.
This deeply spiritual Southeast Asian country has a reputation for being a tranquil and sleepy backwater, but the truth is that it is an incredibly vibrant young country emerging gracefully from a Cold War era mentality. Underexplored, endearing and enchanting, Laos is a country that will surprise and delight you in the most charming ways.
how to see laos
A three-country journey in style.
Jungle-rich lands combine with Thailand’s capital.
Tiny and landlocked, Laos is an echo of the Thailand of years gone by. Visit Laos today as it is rapidly developing, and a “must see now” before it is too late.
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Sleepy, quaint, yet full of life and color, the town of Luang Prabang is one of our most darling destinations in Southeast Asia. The fusion of traditional Lao architecture and French colonial buildings against the backdrop of lush mountains creates a truly unique townscape. UNESCO agrees, hence why Luang Prabang is listed as a World Heritage Site!
Luang Prabang is a must visit for a variety of reasons: fabulous colonial French-Lao architecture, French-Lao food, spectacular temples and a glimpse of the spiritual seat of traditional Laotian culture. The town, virtually all of which is accessible on foot, features quaint, adorably charming lanes ideal for afternoon strolls or cycling outings. With clean, palm-lined boulevards and of course the romantic views of the Mekong and Khan rivers, Luang Prabang has much to offer the discerning travel enthusiast.
A popular stop on the backpacking circuit, Vang Vieng isn’t just for youth gone wild. Featuring stunning cliffs, a serene river scene, gorgeous sunrises and sunsets along with a laid-back vibe, Vang Vieng can soothe the soul of the most demanding traveller.
The capital of the Champasak Province, Pakse is the gateway to Southern Laos. Sitting peacefully at the convergence of the Mekong and Xe Don rivers, Pakse is a relatively modern town that boasts friendly Laotian hospitality and friendly locals. We love Pakse for its quiet vibe, active pursuits, and beautiful natural landscapes.
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Our creative itineraries are sure to dazzle the most discerning traveller and leave you remembering your time in the Laos for years to come.